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Travel theme: Sweet

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I’m jumping on to this week’s travel theme just in time! Until the end of today, Ailsa at Where’s my Backpack is asking people to share their travel photos on the topic of sweet.

We’ll start with the obvious, shall we? What could be sweeter than cake! I had this one in Salisbury on my 27th birthday…

Mmm!

Mmm!

It was exactly as rich as it looks and extremely satisfying!

We all know what Shakespeare said about roses, and this one in the rose garden at Kilkenny Castle is a particularly pretty example:

A rose by any other name...

A rose by any other name…

And finally, how sweet is this little duckling?

duckling

We spied it on a day trip to Strasbourg with Jan’s parents back in 2008. The poor thing had apparantly lots its mummy and was running up and down on the pavement by the river looking rather lost… hence the blurriness of the photo. You try getting a good picture of a duckling that won’t stand still! (And the crowd of people watching it didn’t make things any easier… we moved on after I’d managed to grab my snapshot).

If you’re very quick, you too could join in with the “Sweet” travel theme… the deadline is today. But if you don’t have time now, not to worry. There will be a new travel theme for you to try your hand at tomorrow. In the meantime, go here to see how other people have interpreted the sweet theme.

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Author: bevchen

No longer twenty-something, but still unmarried and unchildrened, English girl currently living in Germany. I work at a translation company and am slightly obsessed with books and travel. I also cross stitch.

7 thoughts on “Travel theme: Sweet

  1. Poor little duckling. I hope it found its family.

  2. Great pictures of sweet, especially that cake!

  3. Cute. I have taken so many pictures of ducks on my travels I could do a whole post on “The Ducks of Europe.”

  4. That chocolate peanut butter cup could really hit the spot for me right now!

  5. Pingback: Travel Theme: Sweet (Sweet Treats, Sweet Flowers, Sweet Memories) | Four Deer Oak

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